Nancy Constandelia's solo exhibition Ephemeros, is currently on view at Five Walls, Melbourne, until 27 October.
Danica Firulovic is a finalist in the Hornsby Art Prize, Wallarobba Arts and Cultural Centre, Hornsby, 17 - 28 October.
Philjames is in the group exhibition Coarse Stories, Goulburn Regional Art Gallery, 19 October - 1 December.
Philjames is a finalist in the 2018 Shirley Hannan National Portrait Award, Bega Valley Regional Gallery, 26 October - 8 December.
Hayley Megan French is a finalist in the Grace Cossington Smith Art Award, Grace Cossington Smith Gallery, Wahroonga, 3 - 27 November.
Rochelle Haley is one of 12 finalists in this year’s John Fries Award. The finalist exhibition opens 28 September at UNSW Galleries.
Galerie pompom is a participating gallery in Sydney Contemporary art fair, at Carriageworks, Sydney, 13-16 September.
Danica Firulovic is a finalist in the 2018 Brett Whiteley Travelling Art Scholarship. Until 7 October.
Hayley Megan French is a finalist in the Paddington Art Prize. Exhibition at Menzies Art Brands, Kensington, 15 - 22 September.
Scott Gardiner is a finalist in the Wallace Art Awards, at TSB Bank Wallace Arts Centre, Auckland, until 4 November.
A retrospective of works by Samuel Quinteros from 2016-2018 is currently on view at Penrith Regional Gallery & The Lewers Bequest, until 11 November.
Samuel is also in the group exhibition Flame Seed, at Incinerator Art Space, Willoughby, 5 - 30 September.
Vivian Cooper Smith is in the group exhibition Looking but not seeing, at Benalla Art Gallery, VIC, until 4 November
Congratulations to Kylie Banyard who has been selected to exhibit in the major survey exhibition The National 2019: New Australian Art, Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, 29 March - 23 June 2019.
Congratulations to Philjames who is a finalist in the 2018 Redland Art Awards.
Nancy Constandelia and Danica Firulovic are in the group exhibition Rate of Change, curated by James Gatt, at COMA Gallery, Sydney.
Galerie pompom is a participating gallery in SPRING1883 art fair, at The Hotel Windsor, Melbourne, 1 - 4 August.
Todd Robinson is exhibiting an installation of sculptural works in On longing and consolation, an exhibition of contemporary art across various venues for Art Festival Watou, Belgium. Until 2 September.
Kylie Banyard has been commissioned to create a new version of her Daydreamer work for Art from Down Under: Australia to New Zealand, at the Turchin Center for the Visual Arts, Boone, North Carolina, USA.
Congratulations to Nancy Constandelia who is a finalist in the The Churchie National Emerging Art Prize, QUT Art Museum, 8 September - 4 November.
Andrew Sullivan is in the Salon des Refusés 2018, at S. H. Ervin Gallery, Sydney, until 29 July
Makes Sense Together is the most recent project of Hayley Megan French’s collaborative practice with Carla Liesch, now on view at Peacock Gallery, Auburn, until 2 September.
We are very pleased to announce that the gallery now represents Danica Firulovic, Scott Gardiner and Andrew Sullivan. All three artists will present solo exhibitions in 2019.
Vicky Browne’s sound installation Cosmic Noise, recently seen at Murray Art Museum Albury, will be exhibited in The Lewers House at Penrith Regional Gallery, 26 May - 12 August.
Nancy Constandelia is in a group exhibition at Home@735 Gallery in Sydney, until 3 June.
Congratulations to Philjames who has been announced a finalist in this year's Sulman Prize, at the Art Gallery of New South Wales.
Congratulations to Todd Robinson who has been announced a finalist in this year's Wynne Prize, at the Art Gallery of New South Wales.
Congratulations to Nancy Constandelia and Mason Kimber, finalists in the Geelong Contemporary Art Prize.
Congratulations to Philjames who is a finalist in The 65th Blake Prize. The finalist exhibition will be presented at Casula Powerhouse, 12 May - 1 July; winner announcement 19 May.
Vivian Cooper Smith is in the group An Empire of Things, at Grace Cossington Smith Gallery, Sydney. Exhibition dates 16 April - 28 May.
Philjames is in the group exhibition Nostalgia, it’s not what it used to be!, at Hawkesbury Regional Gallery. Until 20 May 2018.
Nancy Constandelia is in the group exhibition Abstraction Twenty Eighteen at Five Walls Projects, Melbourne. The exhibition is timed to coincide with the Field Revisited exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria. Exhibition dates 25 April to 12 May.
Elvis Richardson is participating in the inaugural Kyneton Triennial: Force Fields. Artworks by ten Australian artists will be on display in unusual sites all over Kyneton, including a warehouse, an overgrown vacant block, a house, a loft, a garden and a motel suite. Exhibition dates 14 - 22 April.
Vicky Browne is in the group exhibition Couplings, at Dominik Mersch Gallery, Sydney. The exhibition features the work of seventeen artist couples, and looks at how this intimate exchange appears across generations, styles and mediums. Until 12 May.
Vivian Cooper Smith has collaborated with Rebecca Najdowski to produce the installation Interference Pattern, at the Perth Centre for Photography. The exhibition is a free-form collection of landscape based photography and employs a diffractive methodology in both the making and exhibiting. Exhibition dates 23 March - 14 April.
Hayley Megan French and Mason Kimber are finalists in the Redlands the Emerging Artist section of the Redlands | Konica Minolta Art Prize 2018, opening at National Art School this week. Hayley was nominated by established artist Tim Johnson, and Mason by Jonny Niesche. Exhibition dates 15 March - 12 May; winner announcement 21 March
Ron Adams is in the group exhibition Colour & Form, at Home@735, Redfern. Until 1 April.
In conjunction with Art Month Sydney, the gallery is hosting a panel discussion, ‘Collecting Photography,’ on Saturday 3 March 2-3pm, with speakers Bethan Donnelly, Laura Moore, and Brett Ballard.
Vivian Cooper Smith is currently featured in Terra Firma Magazine. View the article at this link.
Chris Dolman is in the group exhibition Suburbia, the inaugural exhibition of Cement Fondu, Sydney. 15 March - 29 April.
We are very pleased to announce that the gallery now represents Nancy Constandelia.
Deb Mansfield and Nancy Constandelia are both featured in the current issue of Art Collector magazine. Deb Mansfield’s solo exhibition The Last Vestiges of Instinct is included as a highlight exhibition of 2017.
Philjames is in the group exhibition Blank Spaces for the Imagination, at Bondi Pavilion Gallery. A Waverley Artist Studios Project featuring Maz Dixon, Philjames, Kate Mitchell, Adam Norton and Sean Rafferty, Blank Spaces for the Imagination presents the work of artists who explore, map or chart unrealised spaces as a means of altering our perception of the world. Until 18 February.
Rochelle Haley is in the group exhibition Documents, Alternatives #2. Curated by Angela Bartram, the exhibition is a (re-)staging of ephemeral artworks that is in ‘motion’ and responsive to intent. The exhibition foregrounds fluidity and diversity of translation and includes multiple art voices and modes of output including video, holography, text, painting, print and sound. Until 24 February.
Vicky Browne is in the group exhibition Material Sound at Murray Art Museum Albury. Curated by Caleb Kelly, Material Sound features newly commissioned work by Vicky Browne, Pia van Gelder, Caitlin Franzmann, Peter Blamey, Ross Manning, and Eric Demetriou. The artists in Material Sound challenge the stability of materials in their practice. Handmade instruments and electronics, recycled electronic components, outmoded technologies, fake technologies, imagined sounds and silences will form a series of dynamic installations that challenge the way we think about materiality in a cumulative sound experience. Until 29 April.
Hayley Megan French is in the group exhibition, Landing Points, at Penrith Regional Gallery. The ten artists in the exhibition look to Tracey Moffatt’s series Up in the Sky (1997) as a starting point in consideration of the last 20 years of race, place and identity in Australia. Hayley has also co-curated this exhibition with Lee Anne Hall, Director, Penrith Regional Gallery. Until 4 March.
Vivian Cooper Smith is in the group exhibition Imagine, the inaugural exhibition of the new Gippsland Art Gallery in Victoria, featuring 134 works from 81 local, national, and international artists. Until 18 March.
Todd Robinson’s balloon series Oooh Aaah (2016) from the group exhibition Soft Core, is now on view at Shepparton Art Museum. Soft Core is an exhibition curated by Micheal Do, in conjunction with Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre and toured by Museums & Galleries of NSW. Until 18 March.
Elvis Richardson’s collaborative series with Virginia Fraser, FEMMO, features in Unfinished Business: Perspectives on art and feminism, at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art. Until 25 March.